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Bloomberg
Dec 6, 2013 7:00pm EST
. good to see you again. paul, how did thursday become the new friday for the box office. >> it has become the new friday. studios love to have midnight screenings on a friday, so that audiences can get in and see a movie, talk about it via the virtual water cooler on facebook or twitter. and by getting to see those movies early they are the first one to talk about it. it it builds buzz for the coming weekend. we love seeing these previous work to -- moved to 8:00 p.m. leading into., midnight screenings. at the end of the day, i don't inc. it affects the bottom line dollar at the end of the run. i think what is going to occur is going to occur. but that weekend is a way to get people into the year earlier. >> what are the benefits for the movie chains? atmore people in the seats 8:00, 10:00, and the night. and they have the opportunity, if the movie is playing really well, to keep it going all night long, if they want to. it is a way to build the attendance in theaters. it is not for every movie. it is only for big movies, like the hunger games -- catching fire. a lot of poor movies
Bloomberg
Dec 10, 2013 6:00am EST
against the volcker rule from the beginning. i have unbelievable respect for paul volcker, especially what he did as fed chairman, he is such a statement -- statesman, but he lost the plot. >> do you think whatever they will are doing will move off the balance sheet, they will still do it but outside the bank? >> number one, they will figure out a way to get around that because there is too much money to be made. but the problem was with non- proprietary trading. this was not about proprietary trading. the fact of the matter, goldman sachs saved itself by flipping -- putting on a $4 billion proprietary trade. forget the hedge part. it was a proprietary trade against the mortgage market in december of 2006, they made $4 billion on the one trade alone, made $17 billion pretax profit in 2007 when everyone else was going down the truth -- two. tube.going down the >> houston we amended? >> take it, move into the wastebasket and drop it in. >> you hear him say throw within the trash but we will obviously not see it happen. but what kind of legal battles can we expect, wrote? >> -- can we expect
Bloomberg
Dec 5, 2013 6:00am EST
. speeches ofe of the the year. paul volcker speaking at the economic club in new york. he was on fire. he was as well when he wrote the volcker rule, i think was four pages long. now it has become 950 pages. it is now the phone book. it in -- it counts five and federal aid -- agencies. regulators want more regulation. tim adams is former undersecretary for international affairs and now with the institute for international finance. he would like to see possibly a little less or smarter regulation. what will banking be like fourth of july of next year if they have to implementing volcker rule? >> it is not just volcker rule but we have wholesale funding and liquidity rules. a whole bunch of things that have to happen. we are still in the middle stages of implementation. it is the cumulative effect we don't know. how can any ceo understand the business model year from now if they don't know how the regulations look like. >> if there mandate -- thier mandate, jamie dimon, jpmorgan, it is to return on equity, do you just presume job cuts? >> i want to presume anything but they do have to meet
Bloomberg
Dec 4, 2013 11:00pm EST
. >> libertarians? is it rand paul we are afraid of? >> there is a small antigovernment group. i don't want to lump all libertarians in. there is a small very radical group who believe this is a good thing, that you should have the freedom and ability to make a gun that is double. it is a small group, but it is a technologically able group. one person put it out there, and thousands of people downloaded his design. there are two issues. one is how congress will deal with it. the senate is considering stronger legislation, which is if you make a plastic gun, you need metal in it that cannot be removed. the senate is debating whether there is a stronger bill. there is another issue, the threat to the industry. >> i believe this is kind of ridiculous. the ability to make a 3-d gun requires a 3-d printer. they are so insanely expensive. yes, there are some cheap renters that printing seizing potter and residents. there are 10,000 dollar printers that meant using colors, but they are hard to set up. if you are going to spend a quarter of a million dollars on the printer, why wouldn't you go
Bloomberg
Dec 6, 2013 12:00am EST
franchise. >> these are truly smart people. >> people like paul jacobs and chris kelly. >> we might not have the most wins, but we have the most patents. >> chris mullin is his personal advisor. >> you have to have a lot of money to buy them. a lot of these guys are successful. they have money and they have passion. >> the kings pose a tough business problem. last season's attendance was the lowest in the league. averaging fewer than 14,008 night. one of the biggest tech titans of all tried to swoop in and buy the kings and move the team to seattle. >> i came to california with no money. everything i have i/o to the state of california. >> they make analytic software to help companies like delta airlines understand their data. >> i created a mission, you want to build a winning franchise and make the world a better place. just what i do for my software business, integrity, hard work, openness. >> that'll do it for this edition of "sportfolio." thank you for watching. for more video and sports business coverage, visit our website, bloomberg.com. i'm rick horrow, great to be with you. see you
Bloomberg
Dec 9, 2013 6:00am EST
reach to avoid a medium-term government shutdown. paul ryan and patty murray will chair the house and senate budget committees, they're working hard to reach a long-term agreement. get that short-term, medium-term, long-term? our correspondent is in charge of terms. peter, i'm budget conferenced worn out. what's different this time? >> tom, i hate to deliver this bad news but on your birthday you will not be getting a grand bargain. the two of them continue their communications over the weekend. they're going to reach by all accounts, they're close to this smaller deal which will effectively replace the sequester cuts over the next two years, cap spending, replace those cuts with other sources of revenue, other fees, things like that. but no mage deer sigses here on taxes or entitlement programs. they're kicking the can down the road. dick doiben the number two senate democrat said negotiations are going in the right direction. >> negotiations are making progress moving in the right direction. they haven't closed the deal. >> they haven't closed the deal. what's needed to close the de
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